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Alienware R3 15 4K, I7 7700HQ, GTX 1070, 32GB RAM, 512GB NVME SSD, 1TB (2ND DRIVE) £852.22 @ Dell outlet

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14 In Stock. I've posted many Dell Outlet deals before It's all about perfect timing. When you add a item to your basket they reserve it for you. If you don't pay after a certain amount of time i Read More
14 In Stock. I've posted many Dell Outlet deals before It's all about perfect timing. When you add a item to your basket they reserve it for you. If you don't pay after a certain amount of time i
SkyBlues1990 Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago20 Comments
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Something seems weird about this. 14 in stock? And they all disappear? Surprising even though it was such a good deal that they went so quickly.
Shame they don't do some kind of alert system.
Paid almost double than this for my one, but this has the 7th gen processor and 16gb more ram.

Odd how they price their refurbs. They have one with gtx 960 for £4,000!!
foxxes
Did that price include the 20% VAT they never include in the listed price?

See the screenshot posted by the OP, it's the price including VAT.
MikeLondon
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Great deal if someone gets lucky

you have 2 stay up all night to get lucky.


I try that the wife shouts at me then for waking her up.... apparently it is not a good mood setter to stare at her whilst she sleeps
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Venue 11 Pro - 7140 - Intel® Core™ M-5Y10c 128GB SSD 4GB RAM WIN 10 PRO 12 MONTH WARRANTY £195.04

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Another decent dell deal Venue 11 Pro - 7140 Processor: Intel® Core™ M-5Y10c (4M Cache, up to 2.00 GHz) Windows 10 Pro (64bit) 4 GB DDR3 1600MHz 128 GB Solid State Hard Drive Dell Wireless™ 5810e… Read More
Another decent dell deal Venue 11 Pro - 7140 Processor: Intel® Core™ M-5Y10c (4M Cache, up to 2.00 GHz) Windows 10 Pro (64bit) 4 GB DDR3 1600MHz 128 GB Solid State Hard Drive Dell Wireless™ 5810e…
SkyBlues1990 Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago10 Comments
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Hahaha £195 for a Dell Venue?? Seriously guys?? MUGGERY!!!!Why don't you just buy the Lenovo MIIX 310 with the Cherry Trail chip? Better and cheaper imo!


Because it's sh*t oO
Hahaha £195 for a Dell Venue?? Seriously guys?? MUGGERY!!!!
Why don't you just buy the Lenovo MIIX 310 with the Cherry Trail chip? Better and cheaper imo!
MikeLondon
is this already sold out?

Yep. :(
zulm
found them on the dell outlet site, two different grades available, reburnished and scratch/dentsuse code: DO714050

no more :(
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Latitude 11 - 5179 Intel® Core™ m5-6Y57 8GB RAM 256GB M.2 SSD Tablet/Laptop 12 Month Waranty - £357.08 @ Dell

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Great spec for the price. Use code: DO517950 for 50% off. Please go through the Dell website by searching the product as direct links to it fail. Tech Specs Latitude 11 - 5179 Processor: Intel® Core… Read More
Great spec for the price. Use code: DO517950 for 50% off. Please go through the Dell website by searching the product as direct links to it fail. Tech Specs Latitude 11 - 5179 Processor: Intel® Core…
SkyBlues1990 Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago46 Comments
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Cancelled mine after a few mails with Dell. Definitely no keyboard included..
I got one at 21:30 hrs but looks like it was the last one , bit of an ordeal to get it but paid with cc and got email confirmation , how long does it usually take them to deliver ??
Also I will be looking for the keyboard and the bulky one with the extra battery seems like a good option for what I want as will be handy for long flights , but they all showing around £100 surely I can get one cheaper or is there a different option
Is there like a stand or prop you can get so I can watch movies rather then lay it flat if I was just to get a basic wireless keyboard and mouse
Bought this for 360 but looks like I'll need to add keyboard... Anyone got one and able to say if any good?
Johnmcl7
thewolf8u
Can someone post a link can't see it

You can't link to PCs in the outlet - you need to go the Dell site, open the Outlet, go into the business section and check the stock there.


Must be sold out then as can't see it
thewolf8u
Can someone post a link can't see it

You can't link to PCs in the outlet - you need to go the Dell site, open the Outlet, go into the business section and check the stock there.
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Dell XPS 13 9360 refurbished on Dell Outlet £834.22

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Dell XPS laptop. Bought one of these a few weeks ago at much more than this. Works out at £695.18 ex VAT if you're buying for a company. Nice and light, better screen than a Macbook in my view and ti… Read More
Dell XPS laptop. Bought one of these a few weeks ago at much more than this. Works out at £695.18 ex VAT if you're buying for a company. Nice and light, better screen than a Macbook in my view and ti…
Jackie1985Still Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago32 Comments
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Deal is back! Until 19th July, enjoy 20% off all XPS laptop and desktop in Dell Outlet.

http://www.dell.com/learn/uk/en/ukdfh1/campaigns/shop-outlet-deals

20% off all XPS Laptops1 DOXPS20
20% off all XPS Desktops1 DOXPS20
geforce
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15% discount if you have a student card!
I asked and the advisor told me you have to have a ac.Uk email address and wouldn't accept NUS. :-(
Oh strange, i got one fine with my NUS extra card and dont have an ac email..

The guy I spoke to said no!
Might try again because I want a alienware... But I've heard it's probably best to wait till the end of the month because of the new amd cards... Not too sure if dell will follow and reduce their costs
dasachmo
geforce
15% discount if you have a student card!
I asked and the advisor told me you have to have a ac.Uk email address and wouldn't accept NUS. :-(


Oh strange, i got one fine with my NUS extra card and dont have an ac email..

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Out of stock.
I have to say my last experience with Dell wasn't great. Bought a certified refurb that developed a fault within the first 30 days of ownership. They asked me if I was comfortable taking apart the laptop to try and fix to which I pointed out that I wasn't prepared to do that and asked for a replacement. After a week of getting nowhere I asked for a refund instead and emailed a letter formally rejecting the goods and advised them that I would also be contacting my CC company in preparation for a claim under Section 75. That finally did the trick, although it was still painfully slow to get the refund. My previous purchase from Dell was trouble free but I never had a problem with the laptop, this however has put me off buying from them in the future as it just wasn't worth the hassle.

I'm voting hot for the deal and hope anyone buying doesn't have any problems.
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Dell XPS 13 9365 2-in-1 Laptop PC - 25% off Dell Outlet prices until 16 June - start at £742.00

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Dell Outlet has a massive 25% off their XPS 13 9365 2-in-1 laptops at the moment. Voucher code is DOXPS9365. Expires on 16 June (Friday). That means you can pick up the entry level model (4GB RAM, 12… Read More
Dell Outlet has a massive 25% off their XPS 13 9365 2-in-1 laptops at the moment. Voucher code is DOXPS9365. Expires on 16 June (Friday). That means you can pick up the entry level model (4GB RAM, 12…
evilskanker Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago28 Comments
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This deal appears to have been extended until 30 June for anyone interested.
CampGareth
Johnmcl7
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Johnmcl7

Nothing with a ulv processor is viable as a desktop replacement regardless of whether it has Thunderbolt or not, the ulv processors may be slightly faster than a Core-m but in reality they're still very weak processors overall. I've read criticisms about the Core-m saying it's too slow for video editing and 3D tasks but I'd say exactly the same about the ulv processors, I did briefly try a quick render on my ulv powered PC and it was going to take so hilariously long compared to my desktop PC I just waited until I could render it on the desktop PC. In practice, I don't find I can do anything more on the ulv PC's than I can on the Core-m's and I also have to put up with an irritating amount of heat and noise from the ulv machines.
For those needing a bit more horsepower for a desktop replacement, I wouldn't even remotely consider a ulv processor and would be looking at one of the 45W quad core parts which is available in smaller laptops although there is a size/weight penalty.
John
You're missing the point.
The i5-7200U is a 15W TDP processor, the i5-7Y54 is 5W. For web browsing etc. both will be fine. Anything more than that and the i5-7Y54 is going to noticeably trail behind.
Given that both these laptops have thunderbolt someone may look to replace their desktop/laptop setup with an XPS and thunderbolt dock. Doing that you will be more limited with the i5-7Y54 than you would the i5-7200U.
I never claimed one of these processors was suitable for video editing and 3D. I simply said to be aware one processor is slower than the other. You are using your own use case to represent everybody.
Seconding this, hook a core M up to an external gpu and they really feel constrained compared to a U series chip, but then so do the Us compared to the quad cores. I suspect it's a sustained load thing with the M series though, with web browsing once it's done rendering the page that's it for a while and it can go to sleep. With gaming it's going to be under load for an hour or more so will end up throttling down to 1GHz or less.
*edit* also the price of the latitude 7275 (I. E. Dell xps 12, a 12" tablet with dual thunderbolt 3s, core M, 8GB ram and a small battery) is ridiculous. The going rate on ebay is 400 GBP or so, but dell are charging 800 minimum.
While technically a ulv processor with a discrete processor is not as slow for gaming, it's still rubbish for it - gaming is a function of both the CPU and the GPU so while having a beefy GPU can help with the eye candy, it doesn't overcome the very weak GPU. Dell did try it for a spell with the AW13 but abandoned it and more sensibly went with a 45W quad core part instead which also features a dedicated external GPU system in addition to an onboard GTX 1060. That is a decent portable gaming system, an ultrabook with a ulv processor and a TB port absolutely is not.
Just because a ulv processor isn't quite as painfully slow as the Core-m doesn't stop the ulv being painfully slow either, I wouldn't remotely consider a core-m or ulv platform if I was planning gaming or any application that required any sort of cpu horsepower as they're both useless at it.
John
Except the Alienware 13 weighs 2.6kg, making it pretty useless as a laptop in my opinion as it's too heavy to use on a lap or carry around. I appreciate what you're saying but gaming laptops have been practically unchanged for a decade, they gain more performance each year but every generation is hot, heavy, has a short battery life and can be incredibly expensive as laptop GPUs command a premium price. This makes them bad at being laptops but great at being compact desktops. With thunderbolt 3 we suddenly have devices in the 1kg range that can be good laptops that also play games when at a desk. They're not ideal, but I think it's a much better compromise.

There's no way 2.6kg is too heavy to carry around or use on your lap, if we're talking about an SLI 17/18in machine then sure - totally agree with you on that front as that's what was the end of the portable DTR's for me. My daily laptop used to be a 17in machine around 4kg and it was really no problem to carry around at all (still carry three to four kg's of laptops every day and I'm not going to make any bold claims about upper body strength), just a little hefty for using on a train seat - 2.6kg is still absolutely lightweight, it's just the way the market is that appears heavy because it's more than a common ultrabook.

As for gaming laptops being practically unchanged for a decade, that's just so bizarre I'm wondering if you're just trolling now. Being able to have a machine just 2.5kg in weight with a 45W quad core and nearly six hours of batterylife is insanely good for a gaming laptop, it's magnitudes better than older gaming laptops - I thought getting near desktop performance in a 4kg machine and two hours battery life was good, the leaps and bounds gaming laptops are making now are incredible.

Thunderbolt is not some magical connection as some people seem to think it is - gaming on a 1kg ultrabook with a discrete GPU is just horrible. I truly wonder if the people who keep recommending it have actually tried this? I actually have as I liked the idea of it but it really doesn't work. Ultrabooks are good for light work that doesn't need any cpu or gpu horsepower regardless of whether they have a magical thunderbolt connection or not - trying to make them do any more than that is just a lesson in frustration.

John

Edited By: Johnmcl7 on Jun 17, 2017 20:33
Johnmcl7
CampGareth
Joshimitsu91
Johnmcl7

Nothing with a ulv processor is viable as a desktop replacement regardless of whether it has Thunderbolt or not, the ulv processors may be slightly faster than a Core-m but in reality they're still very weak processors overall. I've read criticisms about the Core-m saying it's too slow for video editing and 3D tasks but I'd say exactly the same about the ulv processors, I did briefly try a quick render on my ulv powered PC and it was going to take so hilariously long compared to my desktop PC I just waited until I could render it on the desktop PC. In practice, I don't find I can do anything more on the ulv PC's than I can on the Core-m's and I also have to put up with an irritating amount of heat and noise from the ulv machines.
For those needing a bit more horsepower for a desktop replacement, I wouldn't even remotely consider a ulv processor and would be looking at one of the 45W quad core parts which is available in smaller laptops although there is a size/weight penalty.
John
You're missing the point.
The i5-7200U is a 15W TDP processor, the i5-7Y54 is 5W. For web browsing etc. both will be fine. Anything more than that and the i5-7Y54 is going to noticeably trail behind.
Given that both these laptops have thunderbolt someone may look to replace their desktop/laptop setup with an XPS and thunderbolt dock. Doing that you will be more limited with the i5-7Y54 than you would the i5-7200U.
I never claimed one of these processors was suitable for video editing and 3D. I simply said to be aware one processor is slower than the other. You are using your own use case to represent everybody.
Seconding this, hook a core M up to an external gpu and they really feel constrained compared to a U series chip, but then so do the Us compared to the quad cores. I suspect it's a sustained load thing with the M series though, with web browsing once it's done rendering the page that's it for a while and it can go to sleep. With gaming it's going to be under load for an hour or more so will end up throttling down to 1GHz or less.
*edit* also the price of the latitude 7275 (I. E. Dell xps 12, a 12" tablet with dual thunderbolt 3s, core M, 8GB ram and a small battery) is ridiculous. The going rate on ebay is 400 GBP or so, but dell are charging 800 minimum.
While technically a ulv processor with a discrete processor is not as slow for gaming, it's still rubbish for it - gaming is a function of both the CPU and the GPU so while having a beefy GPU can help with the eye candy, it doesn't overcome the very weak GPU. Dell did try it for a spell with the AW13 but abandoned it and more sensibly went with a 45W quad core part instead which also features a dedicated external GPU system in addition to an onboard GTX 1060. That is a decent portable gaming system, an ultrabook with a ulv processor and a TB port absolutely is not.
Just because a ulv processor isn't quite as painfully slow as the Core-m doesn't stop the ulv being painfully slow either, I wouldn't remotely consider a core-m or ulv platform if I was planning gaming or any application that required any sort of cpu horsepower as they're both useless at it.
John
Except the Alienware 13 weighs 2.6kg, making it pretty useless as a laptop in my opinion as it's too heavy to use on a lap or carry around. I appreciate what you're saying but gaming laptops have been practically unchanged for a decade, they gain more performance each year but every generation is hot, heavy, has a short battery life and can be incredibly expensive as laptop GPUs command a premium price. This makes them bad at being laptops but great at being compact desktops. With thunderbolt 3 we suddenly have devices in the 1kg range that can be good laptops that also play games when at a desk. They're not ideal, but I think it's a much better compromise.
CampGareth
Joshimitsu91
Johnmcl7

Nothing with a ulv processor is viable as a desktop replacement regardless of whether it has Thunderbolt or not, the ulv processors may be slightly faster than a Core-m but in reality they're still very weak processors overall. I've read criticisms about the Core-m saying it's too slow for video editing and 3D tasks but I'd say exactly the same about the ulv processors, I did briefly try a quick render on my ulv powered PC and it was going to take so hilariously long compared to my desktop PC I just waited until I could render it on the desktop PC. In practice, I don't find I can do anything more on the ulv PC's than I can on the Core-m's and I also have to put up with an irritating amount of heat and noise from the ulv machines.
For those needing a bit more horsepower for a desktop replacement, I wouldn't even remotely consider a ulv processor and would be looking at one of the 45W quad core parts which is available in smaller laptops although there is a size/weight penalty.
John
You're missing the point.
The i5-7200U is a 15W TDP processor, the i5-7Y54 is 5W. For web browsing etc. both will be fine. Anything more than that and the i5-7Y54 is going to noticeably trail behind.
Given that both these laptops have thunderbolt someone may look to replace their desktop/laptop setup with an XPS and thunderbolt dock. Doing that you will be more limited with the i5-7Y54 than you would the i5-7200U.
I never claimed one of these processors was suitable for video editing and 3D. I simply said to be aware one processor is slower than the other. You are using your own use case to represent everybody.
Seconding this, hook a core M up to an external gpu and they really feel constrained compared to a U series chip, but then so do the Us compared to the quad cores. I suspect it's a sustained load thing with the M series though, with web browsing once it's done rendering the page that's it for a while and it can go to sleep. With gaming it's going to be under load for an hour or more so will end up throttling down to 1GHz or less.

*edit* also the price of the latitude 7275 (I. E. Dell xps 12, a 12" tablet with dual thunderbolt 3s, core M, 8GB ram and a small battery) is ridiculous. The going rate on ebay is 400 GBP or so, but dell are charging 800 minimum.

While technically a ulv processor with a discrete processor is not as slow for gaming, it's still rubbish for it - gaming is a function of both the CPU and the GPU so while having a beefy GPU can help with the eye candy, it doesn't overcome the very weak GPU. Dell did try it for a spell with the AW13 but abandoned it and more sensibly went with a 45W quad core part instead which also features a dedicated external GPU system in addition to an onboard GTX 1060. That is a decent portable gaming system, an ultrabook with a ulv processor and a TB port absolutely is not.

Just because a ulv processor isn't quite as painfully slow as the Core-m doesn't stop the ulv being painfully slow either, I wouldn't remotely consider a core-m or ulv platform if I was planning gaming or any application that required any sort of cpu horsepower as they're both useless at it.

John
Joshimitsu91
Johnmcl7

Nothing with a ulv processor is viable as a desktop replacement regardless of whether it has Thunderbolt or not, the ulv processors may be slightly faster than a Core-m but in reality they're still very weak processors overall. I've read criticisms about the Core-m saying it's too slow for video editing and 3D tasks but I'd say exactly the same about the ulv processors, I did briefly try a quick render on my ulv powered PC and it was going to take so hilariously long compared to my desktop PC I just waited until I could render it on the desktop PC. In practice, I don't find I can do anything more on the ulv PC's than I can on the Core-m's and I also have to put up with an irritating amount of heat and noise from the ulv machines.
For those needing a bit more horsepower for a desktop replacement, I wouldn't even remotely consider a ulv processor and would be looking at one of the 45W quad core parts which is available in smaller laptops although there is a size/weight penalty.
John
You're missing the point.
The i5-7200U is a 15W TDP processor, the i5-7Y54 is 5W. For web browsing etc. both will be fine. Anything more than that and the i5-7Y54 is going to noticeably trail behind.
Given that both these laptops have thunderbolt someone may look to replace their desktop/laptop setup with an XPS and thunderbolt dock. Doing that you will be more limited with the i5-7Y54 than you would the i5-7200U.
I never claimed one of these processors was suitable for video editing and 3D. I simply said to be aware one processor is slower than the other. You are using your own use case to represent everybody.

I'm not missing the point but you clearly missed my point entirely - anything more than web browsing etc. and the ulv will also horribly trail behind, it's a painfully slow processor for anything that needs any cpu grunt. You keep saying how the XPS 13 is viable as a desktop replacement because it has thunderbolt but thunderbolt for what exactly? There's nothing you can do with thunderbolt that will help the painfully slow ulv platform.

It's nothing to do with my 'own use case' - I've used a variety of processors and a variety of different tasks, there's nothing the ulv processor does noticeably better than a Core-m, rather hilariously I've seen people criticise the Core-m for being slow at video transcoding and 3D gaming....yet the ulv processor while it may be technically slightly faster is still laughably slow to be viable at the task and no use as a desktop replacement.
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Dell Inspiron 15 7000 (7567) 1050Ti I7-7700HQ for £1,150.00 (£950 after Cashback and Discount) at Dell

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Seems like a good deal. The main(only) issue with this laptop is the display which a lot of people say is poor, though for £1150 you can get the 4k IPS Panel is said to be great. use code SAVE50UK Read More
Seems like a good deal. The main(only) issue with this laptop is the display which a lot of people say is poor, though for £1150 you can get the 4k IPS Panel is said to be great. use code SAVE50UK
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I bought this a couple of month ago for £940 and took it back after 3 days due to issues.

Its since been available for less then £900 via Dell with their stackable codes
Itsabargain69
people complained about the screen and I've got one and don't think it's too bad. however feel announced new ones will come with a better quality ips screen. make sure you confirm before buying though

Thanks for the info as I'd missed the announcement. As far as I can tell, Dell are only offering the 1080p IPS screen upgrade (for $US 50) in the US so far. Hopefully we will get this coming to the UK shortly.

In retrospect, I bet Dell wished they had offered the 1080p IPS upgrade from the outset. The 4K IPS upgrade never made any sense with the 1050 GPU and universally bad reviews of the standard 1080p TN have probably put some people off buying Dell machines for life (although in fairness, others have done the same).
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people complained about the screen and I've got one and don't think it's too bad. however feel announced new ones will come with a better quality ips screen. make sure you confirm before buying though
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DELL Inspiron 17 - 7779 2-in-1 (Outlet) Reconditioned £739.90

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The DELL Outlet store has a few good offers tonight, worth checking out as the latest 10% coupon "SavvySaver" just went live. £739.90 price realised after VAT with free delivery and coupon applied. [R… Read More
The DELL Outlet store has a few good offers tonight, worth checking out as the latest 10% coupon "SavvySaver" just went live. £739.90 price realised after VAT with free delivery and coupon applied. [R…
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My 'scratch and a dent' laptop arrived on Thursday this week and it was in mint condition! Definitely a bargain
I just want to second (third?) Positive comments on Dell outlet. Bought a 'scratch and dent' XPS 13 in April for 350 less than retail and it doesn't have a single blemish.
Itsabargain69
good deal but if your a student or have access to a educational institutional email address you get 15% off . I bagged a Dell inspiron 7567 for £639 refurbished which was a great price
Good for you.
From what I can tell when I was looking for mine they seem to refresh between 3-5pm.

Stock jumps in and out as people add them to basket, but don't check out
cutthroat_jake
OOS now
yeah they come in and out of stock a few times a day, this i think is a fairly standard price for it though
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Dell XPS (Cert. Refurb, i7-7700HQ, 16GB RAM, 512GB PCIe SSD, 97W/HR Battery, Matt FHD) £1,279.98 @ Dell

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Not a deal for everyone but a lot of laptop (with 1 year onsite warranty) for below £1.3K. A combination of large battery and full HD gives great battery life. Use code "MayMadness" for 10% off. Read More
Not a deal for everyone but a lot of laptop (with 1 year onsite warranty) for below £1.3K. A combination of large battery and full HD gives great battery life. Use code "MayMadness" for 10% off.
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UPDATE. The same model (but with a fingerprint reader) can now be had for £1,121.26.
Skerwin89
I got my XPS 9550 last year, it has an i7 6700HQ, 4K touchscreen, 32Gb Ram, 1TB M2 SSD, all for £1100 brand new. The difference between the 9550 and 9560 is so small it's not worth the extra. Save yourself the extra money and find yourself a 9550 on eBay, mine was brand new from Dell Outlet...

The GTX 1050 in 9560 is up to 50% faster than the GTX 960M in 9550, not a minor performance gap by any means if you do anything GPU intensive.
I got my XPS 9550 last year, it has an i7 6700HQ, 4K touchscreen, 32Gb Ram, 1TB M2 SSD, all for £1100 brand new. The difference between the 9550 and 9560 is so small it's not worth the extra. Save yourself the extra money and find yourself a 9550 on eBay, mine was brand new from Dell Outlet...
Link doesn't work? :(
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I have been keeping an eye on the dell outlet xps systems and this is the regular price you expect to pay for this config on 9560 non 4k display. Today they only have 10% but they regularly do 15% and sometimes 20% all systems like they did on the bank holiday weekend.
I think I'm unlucky when it comes to Dell Outlet because every time I saw discount higher than 10% the systems available were not great (old, overpriced, etc.)
Yeah when there is a site wide discount you have to be quick when inventory is updated. Although price you got for is about right for 9560. I got a 9550 with 32GB ram and 1tb ssd with 4k screen for around £1300 with 15% off. Which is again a usual price when system is available.

Yep I got a 9560 with the same specs as you for £1500
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Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming i7-7700HQ 1050Ti £899.00 Dell UK

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Hi all I think this is about as cheap as you can get a 1050Ti at the moment. Cheapest I have seen elsewhere is £999 but I didn't look very hard as its still a bit more than I can justify spending. Read More
Hi all I think this is about as cheap as you can get a 1050Ti at the moment. Cheapest I have seen elsewhere is £999 but I didn't look very hard as its still a bit more than I can justify spending.
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I was talking to dell through their chat and asked about the screen, the guy told me that they now come with ips screens if anyone is interested, he wouldn't lie to me I don't think.
The US version now have an optional $50 upgrade to IPS screen, hopefully UK will have this option soon.
Itsabargain69
I bought this on the Dell Outlet refurbished for £630 after student discount of 15%. couldn't believe my luck. It's been delivered and it's in perfect condition. I knew about the screen beforehand but it was still a good price and the screens not that bad in all honesty it's just an average screen but I am going to replace the screen for around £40 to an ips display and there are many videos on YouTube showing how to do this and doesn't take more than 15 mins


are you sure for £40?...tempted. please keep up updated how it goes. Cheers
I bought this on the Dell Outlet refurbished for £630 after student discount of 15%. couldn't believe my luck. It's been delivered and it's in perfect condition. I knew about the screen beforehand but it was still a good price and the screens not that bad in all honesty it's just an average screen but I am going to replace the screen for around £40 to an ips display and there are many videos on YouTube showing how to do this and doesn't take more than 15 mins
can you still get the elite controllers with the omen ?
*just seen expired on the 17th

Edited By: geordie9809 on Apr 27, 2017 19:13
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Dell Insprion 15 5567 £599.01 @ Dell 256GB SSD i7 16GB DDR4 AMD R7 M445

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Dell are doing £100 off this weekend on certain laptops. They have auto applied it to this model but you can apply the discount again at checkout so save £200. Add item to basket and then use disco… Read More
Dell are doing £100 off this weekend on certain laptops. They have auto applied it to this model but you can apply the discount again at checkout so save £200. Add item to basket and then use disco…
jsalmond87 Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago21 Comments
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Screen has terrible viewing angles. Worst I've ever had but replacements are under 50 quid. Comes with program to make it better but presets appear to tinge screen yellow or red or white.
Could just be mine though but I have heard about a lot if complaints on recent dell models. Are they tn's?
Just sit with your laptop straight on and not at an angle?

Wasn't notified of your comment so sorry for delay.

Yep, basically. But for image editing or watching a movie in bed with two people(at different heights), can be a bit annoying. Or if I'm moving around in my room for whatever reason. By no means a deal breaker given the price of a replacement screen.
Just went to order it and the auto applied discount has disappeared. It's now 699 with the discount.

Edited By: GK1020 on May 03, 2017 23:56: Clarification
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So all in all recommended?

Yup can't really fault it. Discount code ends today so get it now if you want it.
jsalmond87
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This is pretty much the perfect spec laptop for me but what people have said about the screen puts me off, is it really that bad?
I have one arriving Tuesday. Will report back as soon as I can with info.
Thanks that would be great.
Been setting it up this morning and the screen is fine. Completely usable. It could be better from some angles but you can just tilt the screen and bring it back into range.

So all in all recommended?
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This is pretty much the perfect spec laptop for me but what people have said about the screen puts me off, is it really that bad?
I have one arriving Tuesday. Will report back as soon as I can with info.
Thanks that would be great.

Been setting it up this morning and the screen is fine. Completely usable. It could be better from some angles but you can just tilt the screen and bring it back into range.

Edited By: jsalmond87 on May 02, 2017 14:58: Typo
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Dell laptops discount store wide - XPS 15 £1,266.41 at Dell

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Stacking no longer working
Stacking doesn't seem to work for me (looking at the XPS 13). Did anyone else have any luck?
Note that a couple of weeks ago they put the XPS price up I think.

Previously I believe they were doing the UHD screen option with 16gb etc for £1600, then discounting that.

Now it's the 1080p screen at that price and £200 more for the UHD touch screen.

With the SAVE12 it still comes out at a bit more expensive than a scratch and dent from the outlet - about the same as a 'Certified refurbished' I think

I've got the UHD touch on my 9530 and it is really nice in darker areas, but will go for the 1080p next; for battery life and for the matt screen for use in brighter environments.

Generally pleased with the physical build quality of my XPS by the way.
Great specs but why are Dell laptops so ugly? Anyway. Anyone know if build quality is any good with Dell now? I've read a lot of negative reviews about build issues.
Thank you very much for the Dell voucher codes. Managed to save £207 on a dell 17 7000 2 in 1. Can't wait for delivery
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Dell Outlet - Inspiron 15 - 5567 Intel i5 core FHD laptop £372.34 AFTER 15% Discount

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I saw here the same model last week but now it comes with 256GB SSD drive and dedicated GPU. 15% coupon still valid - Inspired5567188 Tech Specs Inspiron 15 - 5567 Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-… Read More
I saw here the same model last week but now it comes with 256GB SSD drive and dedicated GPU. 15% coupon still valid - Inspired5567188 Tech Specs Inspiron 15 - 5567 Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-…
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I'm really tempted by this but worried it's gonna turn up dented all over
I can let you know once mine arrives (will be delivered by next Wednesday) but from all I've heard it should be fine. Well, I hope it will be. Lot of people praise the Dell Outlet and claim that "scratch and dent" products are in a really great condition.
Have you recieved it? What is the verdict?

Delivered today. There is no mark of usage on it and seems bigger than I thought it's going to be. Mainly because of the numlock however the weight is not that bad. From visual point of view I think it's a solid win. I haven't tested performance yet but system in overall works really smooth.
Boulettes
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Boulettes
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I ordered one from the previous deal but it hasn't been delivered so I cancelled it and ordered an i7-7500u, 256ggb SSD, 4gb graphics, 8gig ram and full HD for £413 delivered. Seems like a lot of spec for the money.
Where is this?
on outlet as per one in op, just depends on the days availability
keep looking
Yeh they come and go. That was with a 15% off code as well and I wouldn't get too excited about the 4gb graphics, but given the expense of things like ssd drives at the moment an utter bargain I think. Mines coming tomorrow. I don't care about scratch or dent either, its just a utility item that will die and be worthless in several years. Performance and warranty are more important than looks!

So how does it look? Just wonder how bad the cosmetics are. Thanks


I postponed the delivery because they were unable to deliver it before my holiday. It's expected to come on 12th May but it seems that others have been lucky with theirs.
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I ordered one from the previous deal but it hasn't been delivered so I cancelled it and ordered an i7-7500u, 256ggb SSD, 4gb graphics, 8gig ram and full HD for £413 delivered. Seems like a lot of spec for the money.
Where is this?
on outlet as per one in op, just depends on the days availability
keep looking
Yeh they come and go. That was with a 15% off code as well and I wouldn't get too excited about the 4gb graphics, but given the expense of things like ssd drives at the moment an utter bargain I think. Mines coming tomorrow. I don't care about scratch or dent either, its just a utility item that will die and be worthless in several years. Performance and warranty are more important than looks!
So how does it look? Just wonder how bad the cosmetics are. Thanks

Yes I have received it. It is a white laptop. I can see literally the tiniest mark on one corner. Its so small that to be honest I wouldn't return it if I had bought it brand new. But then I'm not particularly **** about these things...

Other than that it seems like a nice laptop. A plastic but sturdy build. Keyboard seems nice with little flex. I prefer a mouse pad with two separate buttons but that just requires me to get used to it. And of course the spec means it boots and loads nicely.

The only thing which I would say is not great is the screen. For some reason the whites on it don't seem that good, for example when on google. However, the cursor is a bright white and it doesn't seem to effect videos etc so its not an issues and I'm wondering if it is a purposeful thing to improve contrast? Anyone else have any views on this?

But yes, it will do me for a few years and very happy for the price!
Mine has 2 fairly long scratches on the back but apart from that is mint.
Code : FabFriday brings this down to £350 !
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Dell Outlet - Inspiron 15 - 5567 Intel i5 core FHD laptop £321.34 AFTER 15% Discount HD CAMERA

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Tech Specs: Inspiron 15 - 5567 Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-7200U (Dual Core,3M Cache, up to 3.10 GHz,15W) Windows 10 Home (64bit) 8GB (1x8GB) 2400MHz SDRAM DDR4 Non-ECC 1 TB SATA Hard Drive (5400 RP…
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I haven't noticed that, but the sound from the speakers is far from good - absolutely no base.
Mine has about 3 or 4 very fine scratches on the lid, I only noticed on the 2nd day in the bright sunlight.
The screen is dark and only possible to see anything if you're right in front of it. For this money I will keep it, but anything more and I would be returning it. Maybe that's why there are so many returns and outlet is full of them.
Anyone else who has received theirs have a click/pop sound from the left speaker just before a sound plays?
Turned up today, looks brand new.
Was just told estimated delivery was just that and that there's been a delay. Pretty hopeless when it comes to explaining why though. It has been shipped this afternoon but no idea when it will arrive.
Spies
Still not shipped :(


give them a call.
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Dell Inspiron 15 5000 2 in 1 Touchscreen, i7 7500U, 16GB Ram, 512GB SSD £779.00 - Dell

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Coming to 696 for me after using save12 and GJ7$8DW5?37HL$
Spod
4.2% cash back on Dull at TopCashBack at the moment so that brings the total just below £350.



dont count on it, bought £3k from Dell in December, they messed up the order, charged me twice. had to fight to get my money back and then to top it off cash back was not honoured - no reason given - wouldn't buy from Dell direct again
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The Dell Inspiron 13 5000 2-in-1 and the Dell Inspiron 15 7000 are also the same price. Tempted by the 7000, looks like it has the body of the XPS 15 with the tiny bezels, also has a GPU
Can you please post the link for the Dell Inspiron 15 7000. Thank you
here you go mate: dell.com/uk/p/inspiron-15-7560-laptop/pd?oc=cn75601&model_id=inspiron-15-7560-laptop
Thank you
Its HUKD messing up with links, copy the URL and paste it in your browser
its expired thats why
repouk
I see £799 :{
i see base model 699 and this model 879 via deal link
unsure about codes or other links!
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Up to £510 off on select gaming laptops and desktops. These deals end 6 April New Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming £999.00 Alienware Aurora £949.00 New Alienware 13 £1,199.00 New Alienware 15… Read More
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poison3k Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago33 Comments
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Stay away from the inspiron 15 7000, they put an awful TN panel on a brilliantly specc'd laptop. Numpties
I take it you're saying that because it's a 15" screen rather then anything else :)

No, they did actually put an awful cheap screen in to keep the costs down, most of the reviews i have read on the inspirons all say the screen is horrible.
Shakeyyy
Stay away from the inspiron 15 7000, they put an awful TN panel on a brilliantly specc'd laptop. Numpties

I take it you're saying that because it's a 15" screen rather then anything else :)
Are the heat issues only on the Skylake vs Kabylake processors?

Anyone want to weigh in on whether the N00AW15R325 (http://www.dell.com/uk/p/alienware-15-laptop/pd?b=&c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&l=en&oc=n00aw15r325&model_id=alienware-15-laptop&awc=7671_1491493513_b4a55f02fc2263e6abfb35839c8169b9&CID=289229&LID=5548088&DGC=AF&DGSeg=DHS&ACD=2397230241616840) is a good deal for £1779 (a discount of £300 apparently)?

Intel® Core™ i7-7820HK (Quad-Core, 8MB Cache, Overclocking up to 4.4GHz )
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1070 with 8GB GDDR5
15.6 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) 120Hz TN+WVA Anti-Glare 400-nits NVIDIA G-SYNC Enabled
256GB PCIe SSD (Boot) + 1TB 7200RPM SATA 6Gb/s (Storage)


Edited By: DJJ1 on Apr 06, 2017 16:50
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oops my bet, please ignore the above comment I did not click link, my most humble apolgies bbleo211180
Please remember this is HUKD, you are not supposed to be apologetic - instead you should defend yourself into a corner using irrational arguments and unrelated analogies
Thanks

(Apologies - don't even know what your original post was! ) :{
Ok it doesn't work on mobile but does on comp as OP has said. The main offers which are stated are the previous generation which have been known to have over heating issues which the latest ones have been solved apparently. I guess you could get one which is fine, bit of a hit and miss kind of thing.
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Inspiron 15 (7560) laptop £929.00 at Dell (£829 with 'SAVE2')

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Until 29th March, dell are offering £100 off on selected laptops, including this. So with the code 'SAVE2' this laptop sales for £829 i7-7500u, 16GB Ram, 256 ssd, GeForce 940MX It seems to ha… Read More
Until 29th March, dell are offering £100 off on selected laptops, including this. So with the code 'SAVE2' this laptop sales for £829 i7-7500u, 16GB Ram, 256 ssd, GeForce 940MX It seems to ha…
pogbanogba Avatar4m, 1d agoFound 4 months, 1 day ago12 Comments
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Screen is bright. It does reflect a bit and u can't use polarised sunglasses with it. Don't ask....
Touch pad is nice and loads of features. Zoom, two three and r finger options.
Doesn't seem to overheat but fans run when on full screen video. Not too loud.
Thanks for your feedback, just one last question...What is the bootup time like? Coming from my xps it literally takes a few seconds from a shutdown state. I'm wondering if I'll notice a large difference coming from the xps's PCI-e ssd compared to the slightly downgraded ssd in this inspiron.
bought one from pcw a few months back for 750, then returned it because of lightbleed of the screen (in one corner). It was difficult to do any photo editing with part of the screen always brighter - totally unacceptable. I took it back and got a replacement which had a good screen but suffered from coil whine (worse than a graphics card in a stress test). Went back for another replacement and they offered me one with the backup already made by them (PCW) which is usually £35 but I would get it for free. What a good excuse to sell me an opened box one. At that point I changed my mind and got a refund.
Battery is not good at all in my opinion, It does not last long and also it has a short life about 350 recharge cycles (as stated by Dell)
Screen is bright. It does reflect a bit and u can't use polarised sunglasses with it. Don't ask....
Touch pad is nice and loads of features. Zoom, two three and r finger options.
Doesn't seem to overheat but fans run when on full screen video. Not too loud.
PaulGT
I haven't really used it on battery. The graphics driver switches between the on board and the nvidia though to maximise usage. But says around 4 hours when on full charge. Haven't used it much though so may go up or down.
Some of the windows scaling is a bit funny when at 125%. That's common windows 10 though.
Okay thanks! How is the touchpad? Also, is the screen very reflective? And from what you have experienced, any overheating issues? Cheers

Edited By: pogbanogba on Mar 24, 2017 18:36
tawse57
This is rubbish - 1 HDMITM 1.4a
I was watching some reviews of Lenovos and HP's this week over on Mobile Tech Review and they made comments about how even the most expensive Dells are still coming with 1 HDMITM 1.4a when the likes of Lenovo and HP are coming with the latest 2.0.
They went on to talk bout external 4K screens and how you apparently need 2.0 to get the 4K to work on an external monitor whereas anything under 1.5 can't hack it apparently.
I rarely ever connect to an external display so I guess that isn't a problem personally. But I agree, it does seem a bit silly that dell still only use 1.4 even in their 2017 range of laptops.
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Just ordered an AW15R3 with GTX1070, G-sync FHD display 400-nits, 1 Tb HDD + 256Gb SSD, i7-6700HQ, 32 Gb RAM for £1412.91 Was originally going for the OLED AW13R3 but wanted the bigger screen. Now j… Read More
Just ordered an AW15R3 with GTX1070, G-sync FHD display 400-nits, 1 Tb HDD + 256Gb SSD, i7-6700HQ, 32 Gb RAM for £1412.91 Was originally going for the OLED AW13R3 but wanted the bigger screen. Now j…
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Returned it back - too noisy and thermals were off the roof. Will wait till the later gen KabyLake (this was a SkyLake i7) manufacturing issues have been resolved. Laptop did look amazing though and was super fast but sounded like a dyson on steroids!!!
Musicrab
You've just paid over £1400 for a computer - do you really need to wait for some STEAM bargains?

Save a penny, spend a pound
Jono1984
Not a deal sorry mate. They had a 15% off sale the other weekend. Managed to pick up the 17r4, QHD Gsync, gtx 1080 for just over 1450. 6820HK processor too. Was a certified and refurbished model which looked 100% brand new when I got it. Can't find a single blemish
enjoy
http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/alienware-17r4-gtx-1080-everything-you-need-to-know-now-and-later.799020/
Not a deal sorry mate. They had a 15% off sale the other weekend. Managed to pick up the 17r4, QHD Gsync, gtx 1080 for just over 1450. 6820HK processor too. Was a certified and refurbished model which looked 100% brand new when I got it. Can't find a single blemish
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400-nits

Would this be any good?

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Dell Inspiron Laptop i5-7200U 8GB Ram 1TB disk £340.00 @ Dell Outlet

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This is on the Dell Outlet Scratch & Dent for £340 after applying 10% code DoubleTrouble187 Fog grey in stock here Tech Specs: Inspiron 15 - 5567 Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-7200U (Dual Cor… Read More
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Hi all,
Just wanted to know if you had purchased this laptop recently then how is it? Only I had and I received a dud one. It crashed the very first time I tried to use it whilst I was trying to customise my Microsoft settings at the beginning. Was on the phone to the technical support team for over an hour but the issue had still not been resolved. They are collecting it from me today so they can process a refund for me.
Was the one that you received alright?
Thanks :)
hi there, sorry to hear, bad luck
im writing this on the one i bought right now, and it works fine, tho the screen is as stated above low quality.
(5567 i7 model)
Oh the laptop I am referring to is the Dell Insipiron 15 5567 intel core i5 one.
Hi all,

Just wanted to know if you had purchased this laptop recently then how is it? Only I had and I received a dud one. It crashed the very first time I tried to use it whilst I was trying to customise my Microsoft settings at the beginning. Was on the phone to the technical support team for over an hour but the issue had still not been resolved. They are collecting it from me today so they can process a refund for me.

Was the one that you received alright?

Thanks :)
Was finally able to open up my new Dell Vostro 14 inch laptop I got from the outlet - no scratches or dents, seems really great! The screen is not FHD but I am finding the colours just fine. Really pleased!!

Edited By: Asya86 on Apr 18, 2017 18:03: Typo corrected
Think I'm going to keep hold of it despite the poor screen. After looking into it its not too complicated to change the screen so I will probably do that at some point. Found a thread about the inspiron 7567 on reddit, seems even the top end inspirons had the same bad panel. https://www.reddit.com/r/SuggestALaptop/comments/5q8omp/update_on_inspiron_15_7567_gaming_laptop/
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Hey guys, I've been looking at the new XPS 15 for a while now but sadly cannot afford it even after the discount codes I've found. Below are two code that will take £200+ off the price. Be warned th… Read More
Hey guys, I've been looking at the new XPS 15 for a while now but sadly cannot afford it even after the discount codes I've found. Below are two code that will take £200+ off the price. Be warned th…
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GoNz017
Dell are refunding me due to ongoing issues with redshift as you move away from centre of the screen so I just saved nearly £100 reordering thanks to these codes, best I could do last time was get a 10% off via the VIP club after emailing them and waiting 4 days!
Such a shame every review sample had the Samsung PM961 with stonking speeds and since release everyone gets a lottery of Hynik, LG or Toshiba all running around 50-70% of the Samsung speed. It is like buying a 2 litre car and being handed a 1.6!!!
I've heard that some people have complained about the slower ssds being sent instead of the Samsung and been compensated. Is there any value in trying if we end up with a slower one? (Although I'm not sure how much real world difference it will make for me personally)

Anyone with this issue should contact Dell's customer care. It's bit of a frustration as I find them difficult to deal with but they will likely offer 10% compensation if you want to keep it. Well, that's what happened in my case although I had to prove what the drive was. Call took about an hour (called technical dept first then patched through to their customer care dept).

Should mention I bought mine from Dell outlet but would think it's the same if you buy from their main site too. Great laptop as well.
GoNz017
Dell are refunding me due to ongoing issues with redshift as you move away from centre of the screen so I just saved nearly £100 reordering thanks to these codes, best I could do last time was get a 10% off via the VIP club after emailing them and waiting 4 days!

Such a shame every review sample had the Samsung PM961 with stonking speeds and since release everyone gets a lottery of Hynik, LG or Toshiba all running around 50-70% of the Samsung speed. It is like buying a 2 litre car and being handed a 1.6!!!

I was very surprised to find out the codes stack tbh
Berkice
I believe there may still also be around £60 off an extra year of warranty that expires on the 22nd. 30 quid for an extra year. Yesterday I used the save2 code which stacked with a student discount code to get an i7, 512gb 1080p version with 2 years warranty for £1377. If there was quidco I forgot about it :P just hoping I don't get a lemon, heard a lot of horror stories but also a ton of praise from those who got good ones.

I'm glad it helped! :)
5nowman
Did anyone get past the require further information message?

This laptop is amazing... can't fault it.


worked for me, did you have an account and logged into it?
Berkice
GoNz017
Dell are refunding me due to ongoing issues with redshift as you move away from centre of the screen so I just saved nearly £100 reordering thanks to these codes, best I could do last time was get a 10% off via the VIP club after emailing them and waiting 4 days!

Such a shame every review sample had the Samsung PM961 with stonking speeds and since release everyone gets a lottery of Hynik, LG or Toshiba all running around 50-70% of the Samsung speed. It is like buying a 2 litre car and being handed a 1.6!!!


I've heard that some people have complained about the slower ssds being sent instead of the Samsung and been compensated. Is there any value in trying if we end up with a slower one? (Although I'm not sure how much real world difference it will make for me personally)


go for it, they are screwing everyone at the end of the day. No one's had a Samsung one on the NBR forums since the initial release.
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Dell refurbished laptop inspiron 15 5558, 1TB hdd drive, 8gb ddr memory £270.01 Dell outlet

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imnicebuttdim Avatar5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago2 Comments
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Dell outlet links are a pain; and the laptops go very quickly... try this
http://search.euro.dell.com/results.aspx?s=dfh&c=uk&l=en&cs=ukdfh1&cat=all&k=5558
and this shorter link if the above is mangled...
https://t.co/VTWboNdt4S

EDIT: 2 left at time of this edit
EDIT: processor Pentium® 3825U is a bit poor (not terrible) but really needs an SSD (yes, I know, yawn :-)

Edited By: Musicrab on Jan 25, 2017 11:32
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